I have another question..
Prince Park Hotel, Intercontinetal Tokyo Bay, Daichi Tokyo Seafront and New Otani Chiyoda...
Which one have the best location? Most important for me is near subway so that I can go around tokyo and ofcourse must be clean...but I believe I shouldnt have a problem with cleanliness in Japan rite?
Thanks in advance!!
By far, the New Otani is the most convenient-4-5 minutes to Akasaka-mitsuke/Nagatacho station with 5 subway lines, and 5-6 minutes away from JR Yotsuya Station. It is a great hotel as well.
I am planning a trip 10-20 April, and still looking for my hotel in Tokyo.
I wanted Best Western Shinjuku but it is almost full. I just saw the Grand Pacific Le Daiba and it seems gorgeous,
but my question is, will Odaiba be convenient to get around the city. I have a friend in Shinjuku, will that be far from his place?
Thanks a lot for your help!
Staying at Shinjuku is really the most convenient location to access the rest of Tokyo.
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This is not necessarily true. For my upcoming trip I%26#39;ll be visiting, Ueno, Asakusa, Chidorigafuchi, Meguro, and Edogawa Park for hanami, Ginza and Omotesando for Shopping. All these place can be reached without a transfer from Akasaka-mitsuke (the New Otani Area) but not from Shinjuku.
Shinjuku is the largest station in Tokyo (in the world for that matter) but not the most convenient depending on your itinerary.
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Odaiba is a man-made island off Tokyo Bay and it takes at least 20 minutes to get to from central Tokyo--not a very convenient spot to base yourself. But the Grand Pacific is a great hotel and Odaiba has many entertainment, shopping and restaurants. If you don%26#39;t mind the commute, it%26#39;s not a bad place to stay. Shinjuku to Odaiba is about 30 minutes on Saikyo/Rinkai Line or Yamanote/Yurikamome Line.
Many thanks for your help! OK then it seems Shinjuku would be more convenient. I don%26#39;t think my girlfriend will like to commute too much. It wasn%26#39;t her thing in Paris, and I believe Tokyo%26#39;s subway is more crowded...
Of course, it depends on your final itinerary. For first-timers though, Shinjuku is really a fantastic location.